The names of the septs are generally Chhattīsgarhi words, though a few are Gondi.
"I will also find you events which shall go to all the airs," answered Gondi.
Gondi left and returned almost immediately, accompanied by the one-time friend of Christian the printer.
"We can see his movements better now," said Gondi, in a whisper to Montresor.
Their sept names are Gondi words, and their language is a form of Gondi, called after them Parji.
The Queen made a sign to Gondi to be left alone with the Jesuit.
Gondi had entered the church, but he had no302 talents for it.
He said to Gondi that all he meant was to get the truce of Cambray accomplished.
Their name appears to be a corruption of Tolaha, from tol, which means leather in Gondi or Telugu.
They talk a Gondi dialect and are considered an impure caste.